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If you love to have one of a kind things, these puzzle accessories from StrawberryFieldss are perfect for you! You can also like the store on Facebook or follow it on Twitter. And while you are checking out their store, be sure to thank them for being a sponsor in the Daily Coloring Contest 2012

    dreamingandwishingofdisney:

    If you love to have one of a kind things, these puzzle accessories from StrawberryFieldss are perfect for you! You can also like the store on Facebook or follow it on Twitter. And while you are checking out their store, be sure to thank them for being a sponsor in the Daily Coloring Contest 2012

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This black and white spotted lamb seems to think he is a Dalmatian dog. The lamb was born at a dog breeder’s farm in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. After being rejected by his mother he was quickly adopted by dog Zoe and the pair are now inseparable. The dotty lamb follows her around the farm and even sleeps inside the dog kennel.
Picture: Media Mode Pty Ltd / Rex Features

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    This black and white spotted lamb seems to think he is a Dalmatian dog. The lamb was born at a dog breeder’s farm in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. After being rejected by his mother he was quickly adopted by dog Zoe and the pair are now inseparable. The dotty lamb follows her around the farm and even sleeps inside the dog kennel.

    Picture: Media Mode Pty Ltd / Rex Features

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